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Top 25 Communication Projects

Top 25 Communication Projects

What is Communication

Communication is a act of transferring information from one place, person or group to another. Top 25 Communication Projects highlights involvement of a one sender, a message and a recipient. The term requires an element of success in transmitting or imparting a message, information, ideas, or emotions.

 

Top 25 Communication Projects

  1. Transmission Of Encrypted Image Over OFDM
  2. Energy Efficient Assisted Communication with Spectrum Optimization
  3. Dynamic Spectrum Allocation for Heterogeneous Cognitive Radio Networks with Multiple Channels
  4. High Speed Railway Communication Using Moving Relays
  5. Multiagent Autonomous Learning for Distributed Channel Allocation in Wireless Network
  6. Channel Allocation Scheme Based on Greedy Algorithm in Cognitive Vehicular Network
  7. Spectrum-Efficient Distributed Compressed Sensing Based Channel Estimation for OFDM Systems Over Doubly Selective Channels
  8. Broadcasting And Multicasting Transmission In 5G New Radio
  9. Performance Evaluation For 5G Based Mm-Wave Memo Systems Under Urban Micro Cell
  10. Spectrum Resource Allocation Algorithm Based on Joint Access Mechanism
  11. Performance Evaluation of Non-Uniform Modulation of OFDM Subcarrier in The Underwater Acoustic Environment
  12. Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (Noma) Technique In 5G Communication System and Comparison with OFDM
  13. Design And Analysis of an OFDM-Based Orthogonal Chaotic Vector Shift Keying Communication System
  14. Encrypted Image Transmission Over OFDM System
  15. Frequency Offset Estimation For 5G Based on Doppler and Kalman Filter In Satellite Communications System
  16. Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing Modulation Techniques In 5G Communication
  17. Spectrum Allocation and Power Control in Full Duplex Dense Heterogeneous Network

     

    1.Transmission of Encrypted Image Over OFDM

    Wireless communication refers to transfer of data and information without using a wire, cable or any electrical conductor. It is one of the relevant technologies in mobile and computer communication, primarily making use of radio waves.

     

    2.Energy Efficient Assisted Communication with Spectrum Optimization

    It is one of the long-term communications technology developments taking place on radio receiver devices. The cognitive radio technology enables more effective radio communications systems to be developed over the multi access radio service providers. It accesses technology to improve network capacity of the data transmission.

     

    3.Dynamic Spectrum Allocation for Heterogeneous Cognitive Radio Networks with Multiple Channels

    It represents a flow framework for network selection. This enables re-assignment of networks to secondary users and also to access external accessing network systems. The interference of each secondary user is willing to pay and the quality of service obtained in the external networks systems.

     

    4.High Speed Railway Communication Using Moving Relays

    The high-speed railway provides more convenience to people and provide the reliable communication inside the train. It is analyzed by outage probability, coverage probability and transmission capacity. The results show that the outage probability decrease and coverage probability and transmission capacity increase as the number of MR increases due to cooperative communication.

     

    5.Multiagent Autonomous Learning for Distributed Channel Allocation in Wireless Network

    It is a popular and efficient interface technique, where the available channel bandwidth is subdivided into several parallel sub-bands or sub-channels. Each sub-band has its own associated carrier.

     

    6.Channel Allocation Scheme Based on Greedy Algorithm in Cognitive Vehicular Network

    The channel allocation in the cognitive vehicular network is established a corresponding network model, channel model, service model and vehicle model for highway scenarios. It is aimed at maximize throughput the CVN and is compared with a traditional game theory algorithm in the optimization of output.

     

    7.Spectrum-Efficient Distributed Compressed Sensing Based Channel Estimation for OFDM Systems Over Doubly Selective Channels

    This gives an overview to the existing power allocation design and unifies into a general power allocation framework. The impact of network topology on the system performance is highlighted, which utilizes frequency and minimizes the overall power consumption while maintaining the quality of service of the primary system.

     

    8.Broadcasting and Multicasting Transmission In 5G New Radio

    A transmission method is to improve User Equipment resource efficiency by using redundant multicast channels at the transmitting Base Station. The algorithm is designed to allocate UEs of a group to the most suitable channels.

     

    9.Performance Evaluation For 5G Based Mm-Wave Mimo Systems Under Urban Micro Cell

    The Massive Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) is a key technology that improves spectrum efficiency. It is manifest by the use of a large number of antennas at the base station to serve a higher number of users frequency resources as well as a large multiplex gain and an diversity gain.

     

    10.Spectrum Resource Allocation Algorithm Based on Joint Access Mechanism

    An alternate direction based on algorithm to solve joint optimization problem. The results have indicated that the heterogeneous CR is superior to the traditional CR.

     

    11.Performance Evaluation of Non-Uniform Modulation of OFDM Subcarrier in The Underwater Acoustic Environment

    It is a technique to mitigate the inter-carrier interference of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems over time varying underwater acoustic channels. The adaptive algorithm which performs sliding-window channel estimation and data detection across subcarriers.

     

    12.Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (Noma) Technique In 5G Communication System and Comparison with OFDM

    The concept of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) for 5G. It provides fundamentals of the technique for both downlink and uplink channels optimizing the network capacity under constraints. It impacts of imperfect receivers on the performance of NOMA networks.

     

    13.Design and Analysis of an OFDM-Based Orthogonal Chaotic Vector Shift Keying Communication System

    A non-coherent multicarrier spread-spectrum system that combines orthogonal chaotic vector shift keying (OCVSK) and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM). The system enhances by sending groups of information sequences with same orthogonal chaotic vector reference sequences over the selected subcarriers.

     

    14.Encrypted Image Transmission Over OFDM System

    Wireless communication refers to transfer of data and information without using a wire, cable or any electrical conductor. These improvements methods such as encryption of data at source and decryption at destination, scrambling of data, precoding etc.

     

    15.Frequency Offset Estimation For 5G Based on Doppler and Kalman Filter In Satellite Communications System

    The signal is significantly affected by the time frequency offset in low earth orbit satellite communication system. Kalman filter is utilize to improve the stability of frequency offset estimators in low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). The results can perform well with large estimation range and high accuracy.

     

    16.Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing Modulation Techniques In 5G Communication

    The GFDM has advantages such as excellent adaptability and low out-of-band radiation. However, intrinsic inter carrier interference (ICI) and low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), the multiple access performance is degrade. The simulation and analysis results show that GFDM reduce the performance degradation caused by interference.

     

    17.Spectrum Allocation and Power Control in Full Duplex Dense Heterogeneous Network

    A new interference model for full-duplex dense network taking into consideration the inter-cell interference, self-interference, and cross-tier interference. The optimization of spectrum allocation and power control is formulated to solved in order to maximize the rate of the small cells.

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